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Gonorrhea, Syphilis rates rise on campus

Abdiel Bustillo, Staff Writer

March 9, 2016

Filed under Campus, News, Today

Gonorrhea and syphilis rates have risen among students tested at Cal State Long Beach, according to laboratory data from the Health Resource Center. Last Wednesday, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Mary Ann Takemoto stated during an ASI Senate meeting that sexually transmitted infections have increased on campus. Takemoto was proposing an increase to the Student Health Service fee to $150 per year instead of the $9...

‘More to come’ if CFA, CSU fail to agree on raise

‘More to come’ if CFA, CSU fail to agree on raise

March 8, 2016

California Faculty Association members took to the microphones to confront the CSU Board of Trustees about perceived wrongdoings that have come in the course of recent budget negotiations at a California St...

Catholic Newman Club prepares for anti-abortion display with ‘boot camp’

Amanda Mayberry, Staff Writer

March 8, 2016

Filed under Campus, Events, News, Today

The Catholic Newman Club prepared themselves with a “boot camp” on Monday evening for next week’s Genocide Awareness Project, where anti-abortion groups will equate abortion to genocide while other groups hold a counter-protest nearby. Also known as Beach Newman, the club will host its annual GAP demonstration along with the help of the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform next week. CBR is an anti-abortion group advoca...

Crime blotter: Missing juvenile, fire and stolen bike

Matt Simon, Staff Writer

March 8, 2016

Filed under Campus, Crime, News, Today

Trash can fire There was a fire in a trash can on the north side of the international housing March 3 at 11:23 p.m. Officers received the call, and when they arrived, they were able to extinguish the fire. The fire department did not need to be called, police said. Bye bye birdie Animal control was called March 7 at 8:50 a.m. after a hummingbird was found injured. When animal control arrived the hummingbird wasn...

CSULB student named one of 2016’s New Faces of Civil Engineering

CSULB student named one of 2016’s New Faces of Civil Engineering

Lindsay Peters, Assistant Design Editor

March 8, 2016

Filed under Campus, Features, News, Today

Do not expect to lounge around all day with civil engineering fifth year Cody Dodge anytime soon. Or even sit still for very long. Co-president of the American Society of Civil Engineers at Cal State Long Beach, Do...

CSULB’s Army ROTC receives awards recognizing excellence

CSULB’s Army ROTC receives awards recognizing excellence

March 8, 2016

The 2016 Army ROTC Annual Awards Ceremony honored cadets from Cal State Long Beach, along with cadets from three other universities, for their leadership, excellence and responsibility. Bob Hope Pa...

Meet the candidates: Marvin Flores

Meet the candidates: Marvin Flores

Ariana Sawyer, News Editor

March 6, 2016

Filed under ASI, Campus, Features, News, Today

  Marvin Flores gets things done. “That’s how I was raised — if you want something you have to work for it.” Originally from Anaheim, Flores, 21, is a first generation student and could be t...

Students invited to open forum after knife pulled in class

Students invited to open forum after knife pulled in class

March 3, 2016

Article was updated at 6:07 p.m on March 6. Vice President of Student Affairs Carmen Taylor invited Cal State Long Beach students in an email Friday to an open forum Thursday to discuss campus safety ...